Located on a quiet, orange tree–filled plaza nearly touching the walls of the Alcázar, this breezy and modern boutique guest house occupies the former home and studio of American bullfighter and painter John Fulton. The days when he made it a crash pad for aspiring matadors are long gone, but the tiny property, which became a hotel in 2011, retains his sense of generous hospitality. Bright impressionistic paintings cover the doors of all the units. Some units have small terraces, while the first-floor Room 3 has a small patio and a spiral staircase to a sleeping loft that could be used for children.